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Nov 27, 2020

The 10 Best Albums of 2020
From Fiona Apple to the Chicks to Chloe x Halle

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Nov 26, 2020

The 10 Best Movies of 2020
From 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' to 'David Byrne's American Utopia'

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Nov 25, 2020

The 10 Best TV Shows of 2020
From the poignant final season of 'Bojack Horseman' to Michaela Coel's groundbreaking HBO series 'I May Destroy You.'

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Nov 24, 2020

Beyoncé Leads the 2021 Grammy Nominations With 9
Beyoncé picked up song and record of the year bids with "Black Parade," which she released on Juneteenth

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Nov 24, 2020

The 10 Best YA and Children's Books of 2020
The events of this year—a global pandemic, a reckoning with racist violence and oppression, a tumultuous presidential election—have touched everyone's lives, children and teenagers included. And there are few resources more powerful than books to impart lessons on how to make sense of a divided and often dangerous world. The best young adult, middle grade…

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Nov 24, 2020

What to Know About J.D. Vance's Hillbilly Elegy as the Movie Adaptation Hits Netflix
As Ron Howard's adaptation of J.D. Vance's 2016 memoir hits Netflix, here's what to know about the book, its controversial reception and what happened to Vance next

Time Entertainment
Nov 24, 2020

Hillbilly Elegy Condescends to the Very Characters It's Trying to Champion
No matter how you feel about J.D. Vance's 2016 memoir, Ron Howard's movie cuts against its attempts to paint Vance's family as complicated, real people

Time Entertainment
Nov 23, 2020

The 10 Best Songs of 2020
From Mac Miller to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, Morgan Wallen to Christine and the Queens, these artists produced TIME's 10 best songs of the year

Time Entertainment
Nov 23, 2020

Only '90s Kids Will Understand How Depressing It Is to Watch Peacock's Saved by the Bell Revival
As lighthearted and silly as it is, the revival turns out to be a weirdly poignant reminder of what a rough few decades millennials have had

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Nov 22, 2020

A Psychologist Answers All Your Questions About Hugh Grant and Nicole Kidman's Characters in The Undoing
The penultimate episode revealed yet another disturbing secret about Jonathan Fraser

Time Entertainment
Nov 22, 2020

It's Not Just…Connie Schultz On Finding Room for Kindness on Twitter
A version of this article was published in It's Not Just You, a weekly newsletter from TIME editor-at-large Susanna Schrobsdorff. Subscribe here to get your weekly serving.   You've done all you can do today, tomorrow you get to try again. #breathe. Connie Schultz ?? Well hello! I'm so glad you're here. This week we…

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Nov 22, 2020

The 10 Best Podcasts of 2020
The best podcasts this year responded to the unique moment, offering vital news, ways to stay healthy, and even a few means of escape

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Nov 21, 2020

The 10 Best Nonfiction Books of 2020
In a year when the headlines were dominated by conflict around the things that make us different—race, class, gender, politics and all the other markers of identity—the best nonfiction books tore into those tensions and explored the humanity beneath. Some authors revisited historical figures to ask how their perspectives on race and religion shaped the…

Time Entertainment
Nov 20, 2020

Breaking Down Every Track on BTS' New Album Be
From "Life Goes On" to "Dynamite"

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Nov 20, 2020

The 10 Best Video Games of 2020
From 'Spider-Man: Miles Morales' to 'Among Us'

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Nov 20, 2020

See the Major Highlights from BTS' Momentous Year in 2020
Their world tour may have been postponed, but in 2020 the seven members proved that their worldwide influence is only growing

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Nov 20, 2020

In Steve McQueen's Personal Small Axe: Mangrove, West Indian Immigrants Fight for Their Place in Great Britain
The first installment of the director's new anthology tells the true story of immigrants who protested racist police in early 1970s London

Time Entertainment
Nov 19, 2020

How the New TV Series Veneno Is Reviving the Legacy of a Spanish Trans Icon
After garnering critical acclaim in Spain, a new series based on the life of Cristina Ortiz, a.k.a. 'La Veneno,' is poised to introduce her to new audiences

Time Entertainment
Nov 19, 2020

The 10 Best Movies Based on a True Story
As chosen by TIME staff and a select group of historians

Time Entertainment
Nov 19, 2020

The 10 Best Fiction Books of 2020
Reading fiction in 2020 was an act of defiance—of turning our attention away from the catastrophes playing out around us to engage in a quiet, imaginative act. And the year's best fiction offered many paths toward greater understanding and meaningful escape. Whether in the tumultuous halls of power in Tudor England with The Mirror &…

Time Entertainment
Nov 19, 2020

The Best Broadway Shows You Can Stream at Home Right Now
From buzzy box office phenomena to poignant and personal plays

Time Entertainment
Nov 19, 2020

‘I Was Communicating With My Whole Body.' Riz Ahmed on Learning the Drums and Sign Language for Sound of Metal
The actor and rapper talks about his new drama, and the gifts and curses of representing a minority community through art

Time Entertainment
Nov 18, 2020

Inside the BTS ARMY, the Devoted Fandom With an Unrivaled Level of Organization
Fans of BTS who run translation accounts, hashtag planning and philanthropic projects talk to TIME about their devotion

Time Entertainment
Nov 17, 2020

A Comprehensive Look Back at BTS' Seven-Year Journey to the Top
BTS speaks a language that millions of fans don't understand, but the band's music and message have transcended boundaries

Time Entertainment
Nov 17, 2020

With A Promised Land, Obama Reminds Us He's America's Storyteller—And Holds Out Hope
Barack Obama knows how to tell a good story. He published his first memoir, Dreams from My Father, about his upbringing as the son of a Kansas-born mother and Kenyan father, at the age of 33. He entered the national political stage at the 2004 Democratic National Convention with a rousing speech on the promise…

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Nov 17, 2020

A New PBS Series Shows How Underserved Latino Communities Are Fighting To Protect Themselves During COVID-19
Eleven short films show how Latino communities are fighting the pandemic and its effects largely on their own

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Nov 17, 2020

ABC's Twisty, Mountainous Thriller Big Sky Is No Prestige Masterpiece, But It's Still a Lot of Fun
The new thriller from 'Big Little Lies' creator David E. Kelley has plenty of problems. At least it's not boring

Time Entertainment
Nov 16, 2020

The Crown Doesn't Fully Explain Why Princess Diana Was So Popular. Here's How She Became a Global Celebrity
Here's what to know about her unique position in the royal family

Time Entertainment
Nov 15, 2020

Why Is Margaret Thatcher Always Crying in The Crown?
From TV shows to coverage of Amy Coney Barrett and Melania Trump, the media often struggles with balanced depictions of conservative women

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Nov 15, 2020

The True Story Behind The Crown‘s Prince Charles, Princess Diana and Camilla Parker Bowles Love Triangle
'Well, there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded'

Time Entertainment
Nov 14, 2020

It's Not Just…The Holidays or Why Dolly Parton Is the Patron Saint of Resilience
A version of this article was published in It's Not Just You, a weekly newsletter from TIME. ?? SUBSCRIBE HERE to get a weekly serving of big-hearted advice delivered to your inbox. "We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths; In feelings, not in figures on a dial." Philip James Bailey   Well…

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Nov 13, 2020

The Life Ahead Brings Sofia Loren Back to the Screen in a Tearjerker That Fully Earns Its Tears
The new Netflix drama about a former prostitute caring for a Senegalese orphan marks her first movie in more than a decade

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Nov 13, 2020

Ammonite Tells a Partly True Story of Two Women Pursuing Love and Science. Here's What's Fact and What's Fiction
A closer look into the lives of paleontologist Mary Anning and geologist Charlotte Murchison, played by Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan in the new romantic drama

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Nov 13, 2020

A New Documentary About Greta Thunberg Shows the Personal Side of Her Public Fight
Hulu's 'I AM GRETA' goes beyond the headlines to look at the many dimensions of the world's most famous teenager

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Nov 12, 2020

The Weeknd To Play Super Bowl LV Halftime Show
Jay-Z helped tap the global megastar as this year's headline act

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Nov 12, 2020

Inside HBO's Transhood, Which Follows Four Transgender Kids Over Five Crucial Years
"I hope that the documentary opens people's eyes and opens people's minds," says one of its subjects

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Nov 12, 2020

The Good, the Bad and the Thirsty: How News Anchors Became the Breakout Stars of Election Week 2020
For five days, viewers saw their own anxieties and impatience reflected on the people on news programs

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Nov 12, 2020

MSNBC's Steve Kornacki On Surviving Election Week, Polling Flubs, and the Internet's Crush on Him: ‘It Made Me a Little Squeamish'
By the time NBC and MSNBC National Political Correspondent Steve Kornacki sat down with me for a 30-minute Zoom interview on Tuesday, Nov. 10, I was surprised he was still able to sit upright: The 41-year-old had just survived leading the news network's map board throughout the election night that nearly turned into an election…

Time Entertainment
Nov 10, 2020

This Will Be an Awards Season Like No Other. Can It Help Revive Our Love for Movies?
The 2021 Oscars and other ceremonies will be other years, but they may just expand our notion of what an awards contender ought to be

Time Entertainment
Nov 10, 2020

Spider-Man: Miles Morales Could've Tackled Police Reform Head-On. Instead, the Cops Are Almost Entirely Gone
The otherwise excellent game is a missed opportunity to reckon with the issues of the day

Time Entertainment
Nov 10, 2020

My Octopus Teacher Became a Viral Sensation on Netflix. Its Human Star Craig Foster Wants the Film to Inspire Change
"Just under the skin we're still fully wild. And I think this touches on what it's like to glimpse that."

Time Entertainment
Nov 10, 2020

Whether You Loved Emily in Paris or Hated It, Dash & Lily Is Your Next Escapist Netflix Binge
Those who failed to find comfort in Emily's Paris—or are already thirsty for the next dose of escapism—just might track it down in Dash and Lily's New York

Time Entertainment
Nov 10, 2020

A Teacher's Thorny Tale of Gender, Power and Consent Will Lodge Itself in Your Mind and Stay There
The FX on Hulu series shines light on areas of the Me Too discourse that remain murky

Time Entertainment
Nov 09, 2020

I Knew Alex Trebek for 16 Years. He Wasn't Just a TV Host—He Was Part of America's Family
Alex Trebek hosted Jeopardy! every weeknight, every season, for more than 36 years, an astonishing uninterrupted run of over eight thousand shows. (The only asterisk: April 1, 1997, when he swapped in as the host of Wheel of Fortune instead, as an April Fools' gag.) Over that span, he asked contestants almost half a million…

Time Entertainment
Nov 09, 2020

HBO's Industry Casts a Young Woman of Color in a Working Girl for a New Generation
This new twist on the finance drama is more than just 'Wall Street' with smartphones

Time Entertainment
Nov 08, 2020

Alex Trebek Has Died. There's No Question That He Leaves a Lasting Legacy
The Canadian-born game show host died after a battle with pancreatic cancer.

Time Entertainment
Nov 06, 2020

Just Cancel the Fantastic Beasts Franchise Already
Following Johnny Depp's resignation from the Harry Potter spin-off franchise, and in light of a laundry list of other problems, it's time to lay this one to rest

Time Entertainment
Nov 06, 2020

How Playing Kamala Harris Helped Maya Rudolph Fight Election Anxiety
The actor talks to TIME about playing Harris on 'Saturday Night Live,' a hormone monster on 'Big Mouth' and the trait many of her characters share

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Nov 06, 2020

A Haunting New Novel Asks Whether Immigrants in America Can Ever Feel Truly Safe
When Jack Cheng was a baby, his parents Patty and Liang moved from China to Texas, and left him with his grandparents in Tianjin for six years. Patty, an engineer, and Liang, a photographer, wanted to be financially secure enough to raise Jack and, later, his little sister Annabel, in the U.S. In Simon Han's…

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Nov 06, 2020

Mank Is an Ambitious Picture That Walks the Line Between Stunt and Masterpiece
David Fincher's clever and entertaining drama starring Gary Oldman as 'Citizen Kane' screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz is a feat of old-Hollywood hagiography

Time Entertainment
Nov 05, 2020

Ben Wilson's Metropolis Makes the Case for Crowding Into Cities — Even During a Pandemic
Rents are the most explicit metric of the premium people are willing to pay to enjoy the heady pleasure of living in the world's great cities-and currently they are down sharply in New York and San Francisco. London and Paris recently imposed new rounds of lockdowns. So perhaps it's not the ideal moment to publish…

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Nov 04, 2020

The Gap's Deleted Post-Election Tweet Shows Just How Uninterested Many Americans Are in Unity Right Now
Here's what you need to know

Time Entertainment
Oct 31, 2020

On the Intimate Positions, Ariana Grande Is Fully in Her Feelings
Ariana Grande's sixth studio album offers a counterweight to the madness, its effervescent energy providing a saucy, danceable respite from the shouting hordes.

Time Entertainment
Oct 31, 2020

Sean Connery, the ‘Original' James Bond, Dies at Age 90
Bond producers EON Productions confirmed his death

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Oct 31, 2020

Here's Everything New on Netflix in November 2020—And What's Leaving
Netflix's award-winning original series The Crown returns for a fourth season on November 15. The cast for the British Royal Family in season 3 will be back, including Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret, and viewers can also expect to meet Gillian Anderson as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher…

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Oct 31, 2020

Here's What's New on Amazon Prime in November 2020
From 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' to 'Something's Gotta Give'

Time Entertainment
Oct 30, 2020

Ask Sarah Silverman Anything: The Comic on Creating Her New Podcast and Surviving the Election
Get more of this exclusive interview with Sarah Silverman by subscribing to It's Not Just You, a new weekly newsletter from TIME editor-at-large Susanna Schrobsdorff. Signup here to get a serving of small comforts and big-hearted advice delivered directly to your inbox. Six episodes into her debut podcast, comedian and actor Sarah Silverman suspects that…

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Oct 30, 2020

An Iconic Star Wars Character Showed Up in The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere
Guess who's back

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Oct 30, 2020

The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in October 2020
October is for horror, which probably means that my monthly roundup of the best new TV should be crawling with ghosts and ghouls. Alas, the recent crop of spooky shows hasn't done a whole lot for me—maybe because the news has been serving up all the real-life jump-scares my poor heart can take. Instead, I've…

Time Entertainment
Oct 30, 2020

Sarah Silverman on Changing Hearts Before Minds (and Her New Podcast)
A version of this article was published in It's Not Just You, a weekly newsletter from TIME. Subscribe here to get a weekly serving of big-hearted advice delivered to your inbox. The two people I most wanted to hear from on the eve of this election were Pema Chodron, the iconic Buddhist nun, and Sarah…

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Oct 29, 2020

The 2020 Met Costume Institute Show Is Finally Opening—And It's About Time
Here's how the show has changed because of a global pandemic

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Oct 29, 2020

Khloe Kardashian Reveals Her Coronavirus Diagnosis in Video
The reality star confirmed her previous diagnosis in a sneak peek clip of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"

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Oct 28, 2020

City So Real Is a Must-See Docuseries About Chicago Politics—and an America in Crisis
Coming from a working-class metropolis that is neither coastal nor Southern, the inequality, fear and righteous anger evident in this portrait of Chicago resonate; so does the spirit of persistence through cultural life, political struggle and community building

Time Entertainment
Oct 28, 2020

The Pandemic Could Have Hurt Country Music. Instead, the Genre Is Booming
Experts suggest the reasons for this are both emotional and technological, as some listeners seek comfort in the soothing, nostalgic qualities of the genre, while others who previously disdained streaming platforms finally caved and subscribed

Time Entertainment
Oct 28, 2020

The Craft Inspired a Generation of Teenage Witches. Now a Reboot Is Poised to Do the Same
'The Craft: Legacy' builds on pop culture's long and complicated fascination with witchcraft

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Oct 28, 2020

The Craft Inspired a Generation of Teenage Witches. Now a Sequel Is Poised to Do the Same
'The Craft: Legacy' builds on pop culture's long and complicated fascination with witchcraft

Time Entertainment
Oct 27, 2020

Comedian Sarah Cooper Doesn't Need Donald Trump Anymore
Cooper, who has a new Netflix special out, built her name lip-syncing the President. But she has plenty of other plans for the future

Time Entertainment
Oct 26, 2020

Everything You Need to Know About The Mandalorian Season 2
The next installment will drop on Disney Oct. 30

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Oct 23, 2020

Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat Sequel Arrives in a Different America—and Works Even Better Than It Did 14 Years Ago
In 2020, Cohen's approach of teasing out threads of bigotry and hypocrisy in ordinary American citizens seems less cruel than it did in 2006. Which says more about us than it does about him

Time Entertainment
Oct 23, 2020

Bill Murray and Rashida Jones Match Each Other Beat for Beat in Sofia Coppola's Wistful On the Rocks
Bill Murray reunites with the 'Lost in Translation' director to play a rogue charmer and father to Rashida Jones' daughter who's feeling adrift

Time Entertainment
Oct 23, 2020

HBO Really Wants Another Big Little Lies. The Undoing Isn't It
The story has gossipy moms, an elite school and a murder investigation. Yet neither the sharp performances nor the lush window dressing can save scripts that have so little to say

Time Entertainment
Oct 22, 2020

I've Gotten Used to Not Hugging My Grandkids. That Doesn't Make It Easier
Mika, my children's 16-year-old half-sister, is posting old photos on Instagram, group shots with her best friends standing in close proximity to each other, with the simple caption Take me back. Even 16-year-olds are feeling nostalgic. Madeline, my 4-year-old granddaughter, has invented imaginary friends. Madeline's mother—my daughter Anna—has to call Salia's mother to ask if…

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Oct 21, 2020

Over 400,000 People Watched Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar Play Among Us on Twitch
The two Democratic congresswomen played the online murder mystery game to encourage people to vote

Time Entertainment
Oct 21, 2020

21 Underrated Horror Movies You Probably Haven't Seen and Can Stream Right Now
We watched a huge number of lesser known horror movies to find the good ones for fans who can't get enough

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Oct 20, 2020

A New Rebecca Strives for Gothic Romance But Comes Up Short
Ben Wheatley's adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier's novel, starring Lily James and Armie Hammer, refuses to get its fingernails dirty with any of the story's subterranean secrets

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Oct 20, 2020

Netflix's Marvelous The Queen's Gambit Is the Kind of Prestige Drama TV Doesn't Make Anymore
Any hour-long drama that forsakes intellectual property, narrative histrionics and special effects in favor of psychological realism represents a welcome change of pace—and one this good is rare

Time Entertainment
Oct 20, 2020

A 1973 Hostage Crisis Changed Police Methods—And a Film About It Just Won a Prize From the Library of Congress and Ken Burns
"Ken and I were both awed by this documentary," said Carla Hayden, the Librarian of Congress

Time Entertainment
Oct 16, 2020

A Viral Tweet Compared Joe Biden to Mister Rogers. This Isn't the First Time the Children's TV Icon Has Gotten Caught up in Politics
When Senior Trump campaign adviser Mercedes Schlapp made a Twitter joke about Joe Biden's town hall on Thursday night, many considered it a compliment

Time Entertainment
Oct 16, 2020

Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You Has a Lot Invested in the Springsteen Legend—But It's Still Awesome
The new Apple TV documentary makes it hard to resist the lore of the cowboy poet. But why would you want to resist it?

Time Entertainment
Oct 16, 2020

The Compassionate Documentary Time Looks at the Fight for Prison Abolition Through One Family's Story
Director Garrett Bradley on why her documentary is both an epic love story and a call for justice

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Oct 16, 2020

‘I Put the Black Body in the Work.' Artist Howardena Pindell on Her New Exhibit Shedding Light on Injustice in America
A new exhibition at The Shed features a work based on a traumatic childhood memory that the artist has been wanting to make since the 1970s

Time Entertainment
Oct 16, 2020

The Trial of the Chicago 7 Is a Riveting Movie. But the True Story Is Even More Dramatic
"I am afraid I will be in contempt if I continue to Om," the poet Allen Ginsberg told the judge at one point

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Oct 16, 2020

David Byrne's American Utopia Is a Grand and Glorious Plea for Human Connection
Spike Lee's filmed record of the hit Broadway show of the same name is a work of great joy and expressiveness, a tower of song with room for everybody

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Oct 16, 2020

‘It Needs to Stop.' Harrison Ford Speaks Out Against Leaders Who Politicize Climate Change
The actor says it's imperative for those in power to view climate change as a scientific reality

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Oct 15, 2020

Joe Biden and Donald Trump's Dueling Town Halls Showed Us Exactly What Happens When We Treat Elections Like Entertainment
You couldn't invent a better metaphor for American politics in 2020 than the one that played out on TV Thursday, as the two men vying for the White House faced voters simultaneously but on competing networks

Time Entertainment
Oct 15, 2020

Jagged Little Pill Leads Tony Awards Nominations With 15
Just 18 plays and musicals were eligible for nominations this year

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Oct 15, 2020

‘I Have a Lot of Ideas for Amendments.' Playwright Heidi Schreck on Her Hit Play About the Constitution and the Fate of the Supreme Court
Schreck's award-winning 'What the Constitution Means to Me' is coming to Amazon Prime Video

Time Entertainment
Oct 15, 2020

All These Terrible Quarantine Shows Are Giving Me Zoom Fatigue
Now, thanks to the magic of TV, you can revisit the crushing early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. I'm just not sure why you would want to

Time Entertainment
Oct 15, 2020

How We Chose the 100 Best Fantasy Books of All Time
In a year defined by grim reality, we look to artists to help us understand—and escape. TIME celebrates the best, most captivating and essential fantasy books of all time, dating back to the 9th century. See the full list of the 100 Best Fantasy Books of All Time To develop our list, we began in…

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Oct 14, 2020

BTS's Parent Company Is Going Public. Here's How the Music Industry Could Replicate Its Massive Success
Big Hit Entertainment has navigated a challenging climate for the music industry

Time Entertainment
Oct 09, 2020

How The Haunting of Bly Manor Puts a Bittersweet Twist on The Turn of the Screw
The second season of 'The Haunting' anthology series draws on Henry James' 'The Turn of the Screw'

Time Entertainment
Oct 09, 2020

In Netflix's Slow-Burning The Haunting of Bly Manor, the Real Ghost Is Inequality
It wouldn't be a ghost story if it didn't start with an unheeded warning

Time Entertainment
Oct 09, 2020

The Forty-Year-Old Version Is an Effervescent Look at an Artist Becoming True to Herself
Radha Blank produces, writes, directs and stars in this breezy but painfully observant comedy about an artist making her way out of the clutches of self-doubt

Time Entertainment
Oct 08, 2020

Rapper Tory Lanez Charged With Shooting Megan Thee Stallion
The complaint states Lanez "inflicted great bodily injury" on Megan Thee Stallion

Time Entertainment
Oct 08, 2020

‘We're Here and Our Voices Matter.' Anthony Ramos Sets the Record Straight on Latino Representation
Actor and recording artist Anthony Ramos is eager to represent his Latino roots on the big screen, but not if it means Hollywood will pigeonhole him. Ramos first rose to fame in the breakout musical Hamilton, the phenomenon that featured a multiracial cast telling the story of United States' white Founding Fathers. Since then, Ramos…

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Oct 08, 2020

Charm City Kings Is a Bittersweet Tale of Growing Up on Dirt Bikes and Dreams
The HBO Max drama follows a West Baltimore teen entranced by the freewheeling stunts of a local dirt-bike gang

Time Entertainment
Oct 08, 2020

"I Can't Just Write a Bunch of Songs, As If Everything in the Last Couple of Years Didn't Happen." David Byrne on American Utopia and the Election
On the eve of the release of an HBO film, American Utopia, and a children's book, the renaissance rock star talked to TIME about curiosity, percussionists on foot and the joy of connecting with others American Utopia is an album, a show, an HBO film and a book. Some of the songs are new, but…

Time Entertainment
Oct 08, 2020

‘I Can't Just Write a Bunch of Songs, As If Everything in the Last Couple of Years Didn't Happen.' David Byrne on American Utopia and the Election
On the eve of the release of an HBO film, American Utopia, and a children's book, the renaissance rock star talked to TIME about curiosity, percussionists on foot and the joy of connecting with others American Utopia is an album, a show, an HBO film and a book. Some of the songs are new, but…

Time Entertainment
Oct 07, 2020

Horror Films Have Always Tapped Into Pop Culture's Most Urgent Fears. COVID-19 Will Be Their Next Inspiration
From isolation to contagion, the horrors of coronavirus could prove a rich vein for filmmakers to draw on in coming years

Time Entertainment
Oct 06, 2020

I Avoided Apocalypse Stories for Months. Then Leave the World Behind Became My Greatest Comfort
On a balmy afternoon in August, I sat by my bedroom window at my parents' house as the lights flickered on and off. Outside, the wind bent trees until they snapped, and rain pooled into a lake at the end of the driveway. After the storm settled, I walked around my neighborhood clutching my phone,…

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